Lessons all planned out!

Making a Difference

One of the idiosyncrasies of Georgian life (in the village at least) is that school can be quite a walk.  Now, nobody likes to walk in the rain or snow, so that means when the weather is bad, I’m lucky if I have half of my students at school that day.  If it’s a really snowy day and the marshutkas don’t run, there are even less.  This means that if I teach a lesson, over half of my students won’t be there for it and will subsequently be behind a few students, with the majority having to play catch-up and me most likely having to use another class period to explain the same things.  To add further chaos to the situation the students that already know the material on the next day may become bored and disrupt the class.  So to help combat this, I’ve been thinking of ways to…

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About Sarah Rows Solo

British YouTuber and Founder of Environmental and STEM education charity Oceans Project, preparing for a solo row around the coast of Great Britain.
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